No Place Like Home

 October 6, 2009
Posted by Kitzie

After a wonderful trip to the East coast (my second home) it feels very good to be back in Oregon where we are having an amazing Indian summer.  This is my favorite season no matter what coast I’m on.

As I mentioned in the podcast, here’s the link to the meaning of the Lokah  Samasta chant, it’s interesting reading.  I’ll also be posting the lyrics to the chants that aren’t in the songbook when I can so you can see what the meanings are.

As always, producing this week’s podcast was a great joy.  Take the trip, I hope you enjoy the ride.  Namaste.






Om Mercury Max The Eternal Om

Oneness Chant Lauren Monroe

Lokah Samasta Bruce Becvar & Nada Shakti Samadhi

Shivaya Namah Om Dave Stringer Mala

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Ram Sita Ram Sean Johnson & The Wild Lotus Band Devaloka

Peace Has Begun Guruganesha Singh Joy Is Now

Hey Maha Lakshmi David Newman Love, Peace, Chant



Sri Bhagavan Om   Amma Amma Bhagavan

Sri Bhagavan Om   Amma Amma Bhagavan

Om Amma Bhagavan    Om Ananda

Om Amma Bhagavan    Om Ananda

Om Bhagavan   Om Ananda

Om Om   Om Bhagavan

Om Om   Om Ananda

Shanti Bhagavan   Shanti Bhagavan   Om

In this moment there is a seed of knowing, an Awakening of divine love, where we are safe and we are healed together as ONE.

From Lauren Monroe & Rick Allen


Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Jio

Peace Has Begun.  All is One.  Peace Has Begun.

Wahe Guru is the Guru Mantra.  It is the mantra of the infinity of ecstasy, the experience of coming from darkness to light.  The word Jio sends the message straight to the soul; “O my Soul, God is!”

From Guruganesha Singh and Snatam Kaur : “Joy Is Now”

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